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NMED 3850. Experimental Film Production. NMED 3850. Today’s Class… Bruce Mau’s Design: An Incomplete Manifesto Project Summaries New Assignment. NMED 3850. Bruce Mau’s Design: An Incomplete Manifesto Bruce Mau was born in Ontario in the 1950s.

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NMED 3850

Experimental Film Production

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Today’s Class…

Bruce Mau’s Design: An Incomplete Manifesto

Project Summaries

New Assignment

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  • Bruce Mau’s Design: An Incomplete Manifesto
    • Bruce Mau was born in Ontario in the 1950s.
    • Mau is a designer and the creative director of Bruce Mau Design
      • One of the most successful marketing and design firms in the country.
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  • This Incomplete Manifesto may jump start some ideas to delve deeper into your creative practice.
  • Use the spirit of this document as a reminder that your Artist Statement must always be a work-in-progress.
    • The primary function of the Artist Statement is to offer insight into what makes your approach to working with material unique.
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  • Project Summaries 10%
  • Every student must submit a detailed production schedule/plan of how production resources are accessed, organized and used over a given timescale, for every phase of the production for five of the six compositions.
    • This is a diary which elucidates on the How, When, Where, Why
    • Each Project Summary must involve at least 500 words in which creative and logistical process for your composition is described and outlined
      • This information will account for each students use of lab time
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  • Project Summariescan include:
    • Sketches
      • With notes and captions
    • Photos
      • With notes and captions
    • Notes
      • Related to viewings of videos, films, paintings, drawings , music or other media that influenced your composition
      • Conversations or events from inside and outside class and lab time that are relevant to your composition
    • Meetings
      • Notes of dates, times and outcomes
    • Technical Experiments and Issues
    • Revisions of your Artist Statement
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  • There is no Project Summary required in association with your first composition due September 24th
    • A project summary must be submitted on the due with the DVD or S: drive media on the due date of the remaining five (5) compositions
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  • Composition #2
  • A Day In My Life
    • Create a video composition of one minute or less to represent a 24-hour period in your life
      • Just in case you are wondering, time lapse is a little “on the nose”
    • The primary goal is to identify a tone for your day
      • i.e.: Distressing day; Heavenly day; Exhausting day; Long day, etc.
    • During the critique process the tone you are trying to convey should be legible by viewers
    • Due October 6, 2008
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  • Composition #2
  • A Day In My Life
    • Create a video composition of one minute or less to represent a 24-hour period in your life
      • Just in case you are wondering, time lapse is a little “on the nose”
    • The primary goal is to identify a tone for your day
      • i.e.: Distressing day; Heavenly day; Exhausting day; Long day, etc.
    • During the critique process the tone you are trying to convey should be legible by viewers
    • Due October 8, 2008